His 2006 speech at DePaul University, which centered around his hate of “queer studies,” is less well-known, but of the very few blog posts of his that is still properly archived elaborates upon the message.
They were married in 1999, so yeah you’re wrong about that. Just like you were wrong about RAW drawing 30,000 #psykohurrricane
Warrior left a legacy of being a homophobic piece of garbage. It’s his fault people still talk about it, and it’s Dana Warriors fault for being an idiot and not recognizing that, not “social justice warriors” looking for a story.
He said some hateful and hurtful things that perpetuate a narrative, and it won’t be forgotten.
This (half-baked, sarcastic) argument would at least partially hold water if we were talking about putting Warrior in the Hall of Fame or including him on A DVD something. But we’re literally talking about using the image of a known homophobe to support the LGBTQ community. As such, you’re just regurgitating nonsense.
The absolute worst thing anyone can do is say mean words about the LBGTQIA+SR community. Anyone that does should be deemed a “non-person” and have any knowledge and memory of that individual stripped from history. To support anything less makes you worse than literal Hitler.
Did you just assume my gender? Because I’m compassionate, and we almost share the same opinions, I’ll overlook this thought crime, just this once.
I don’t why any of you are trying to argue when I not only agree, but I feel more strongly about this than you do. I find it very triggering. Saying it’s “great” that Dana Warrior supports the LBGTQIA+SR (please, they’ve been through so much, have the common decency to properly address them when commenting) community is like saying it’s “great” that Eva Braun lit a menorah for Hanukkah. She not only consorted with a hate criminal, but accepted his hate seed and reproduced two persons. She not only needs to be erased, but those children need to be placed in a public school where they can be properly monitored and mentally conditioned by the government, in order to make sure they never commit the heinous act of mean word utterance.
I’m really disappointed in the lack of progressive wokeness here. I expected more out of a professional wrestling message board.
Dana Warrior is welcome to support anybody she wants. HOWEVER, if she is going to use Ultimate Warrior to support groups he openly used hate speech toward, then she deserves as much criticism as she receives, and probably more.